Luigi Beats Mario In Second Crowd Race Of THON 2020

Luigi got his revenge on his brother Mario in the second crowd race of this year’s THON after Mario came out victorious in the first race.

The race was pretty even to start off, but Luigi took the lead after Mario literally started falling apart. Let’s face it, this race was a train wreck, folks.

Mario was hanging on for dear life for almost the whole race while being torn and tossed around. The students carrying Mario just did not put in a good effort, as they really let Mario down. Luigi was able to keep it together despite being tossed around.

Unlike the first race, this one wasn’t quite close. Luigi won by a pretty healthy margin in the second race between the brothers.

The series is now tied up at one, and there is almost certainly going to be a third race to determine the winner if Mario gets put back together.

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After a four-year career with Onward State, Gabe is now a college graduate and off to the real world. He shockingly served as the blog’s managing editor during the 2022-23 school year and covered football for much of his Onward State tenure, including trips to the Outback Bowl and Rose Bowl. For any professional inquiries, please email Gabe at [email protected]. You can still see his bad sports takes on Twitter at @gabeangieri.

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